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NOV 20: Sequenza and Six Pianos

NOV 20: Sequenza and Six Pianos

nec[shivaree] presents an evening of increasingly large works — we start with one voice and work our way up to the thundering of six pianists. As always, nec[shivaree] concerts are free and open to the public. Tuesday, November 20th at 8pm NEC’s Brown Hall Program: Luciano Berio, Sequenza III Laila Smith, voice Edison Denisov, Sonata […]

FEB 4: Three duos by Cage, Nono, and Vivier

FEB 4: Three duos by Cage, Nono, and Vivier

nec[shivaree] presents an evening of duos — including Luigi Nono’s last work, the haunting violin duo “Hay que caminar” soñando. As always, [nec]shivaree concerts are free and open to the public. Monday, February 4, 2019, 8pm Brown Hall Program: Luigi Nono, “Hay que caminar” soñando John Cage, Three Dances for Two Prepared Pianos Claude Vivier, Pièce […]

FEB 26: the KLANG of Stockhausen

FEB 26: the KLANG of Stockhausen

Enchanted Circle presents Karlheinz Stockhausen, selections from KLANG EDENTIA (Hour 20) selections from NATÜRLICHE DAUERN (Hour 3) HARMONIEN (Hour 5) HIMMELS-TÜR (Hour 4)   Featuring: Yukiko Takagi, piano Stuart Gerber, percussion Joe Drew, trumpet Jan Berry Baker, soprano saxophone  

MAR 27: Patterns in a Chromatic Field

MAR 27: Patterns in a Chromatic Field

Program: Morton Feldman, Patterns in a Chromatic Field (1981) David Russell, cello Stephen Drury, piano

APR 18: World Premieres by Katherine Young & Todd Seeber

APR 18: World Premieres by Katherine Young & Todd Seeber

Program: Todd Seeber, Sleepers premiere performance Georges Aperghis, Sept Crimes de l’Amour Katherine Young, new work premiere performance (Callithumpian commission, SICPP 2015)

OCT 4: David Lang @ Gardner Museum

OCT 4: David Lang @ Gardner Museum

Program: David Lang:  true pearl  (2018) A series of five mini operas inspired by the museum’s five Life of Cyrus tapestries, commissioned by the Gardner Museum. Music by David Lang Libretto by Sibyl Kempson true pearl is an opera made specifically to be seen and heard in the Tapestry Room of the Gardner Museum. The opera […]

OCT 11: Globokar world premiere & SICPP 2018 commissioned composer

OCT 11: Globokar world premiere & SICPP 2018 commissioned composer

Program: Vinko Globokar: Les mots, les langues et les sons (2018) – premiere performance commissioned by the Callithumpian Consort with funds provided by New England Conservatory, the French-American Cultural Exchange, and Jeffrey Duryea Brian Riordan: Recorded Ruins  (2018) commissioned by the Callithumpian Consort Paul Mortilla: Stupor (2015) Sabrina Schroeder: Stircrazer II (2013) Pierluigi Billone:  Mani.Δίκη […]

JUNE 15-23: SICPP 2018

Full SICPP concert program All concerts are at 8:00pm and in Jordan Hall unless otherwise indicated. (Underlined selections feature the musicians of the Callithumpian Consort) Sunday, June 17th Stephen Drury, piano & faculty soloists Michel van der Aa: Transit for piano and video (2009) Louis Goldstein, piano Roman Haubenstock-Ramati: Liaisons (1958) for two percussionists Stuart […]

MAR 23rd: Callithumpian in Alaska

MAR 23rd: Callithumpian in Alaska

Callithumpian Consort visits the University of Alaska at Anchorage! Concert Program: Peter Maxwell Davies, Eight Songs for a Mad King Charles Ives:, Trio for Violin, Cello, and Piano Brian Church, baritone Jessi Rosinski, flute Gleb Kanasevich, clarinet Gabriela Díaz, violin David Russell, cello Jeffrey Means, percussion Yukiko Takagi, piano Stephen Drury, conductor   You can […]

APR 12th: [nec]shivaree

APR 12th: [nec]shivaree

Concert program: Mauricio Kagel’s Match Franco Donatoni’s Rasch II Giacinto Scelsi’s Okanagon  

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